Date: Mon Aug 19 1996 - 19:35:18 EDT
Now that this subject received the first round of answers, I have a
- Carl says "I was in the Smokies (Durative)".
For this a Greek would likely use imperfect HN.
Would not EIMI be used in Greek as an Aorist in the following manner:
- Carl says "I was in the Smokies (Looking upon the entire act as a
Would not a Greek use HN here also? I would think so, but please
correct me if I am mistaken. I do not think he would use GINOMAI here.
- Carl's son passes through the Smokies and visits Carl for one day
and leaves. Carl's son says "I was in the Smokies (Punctiliar)"
Would not a Greek use HN here also?
I would normally run a search program, but EIMI is a lot to examine.
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